Today…some good news

Today has been a good day for me. It is such a blessed day because I found two good news worth mentioning.  First is the Taiwan-PH agreement on the development of e-vehicles, that's better than fighting over territorial claims over the spartlys: PH, Taiwan seal tie-up for e-vehicle dev’t Posted on 16 Jul 2011 at …

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Is there a problem with a Gold Standard?

How do you start explaining sustainable development? In my recent trip to the Province of Palawan, I had proposed to the local sustainable development council to now move on to Carbon Credits. As per the staff, they do have difficulty explaining sustainable development to their government officials, moreso the concept of carbon credits. There's so …

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Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

Ganito na lang ang buhay, umaasa na balang araw may mranasang ganito Jun 25, 2011 Singapore launches Electric Vehicle test bed By Branden Ho An electric vehicle plugged into a Bosch charging station. Bosch, as the EV Taskforce's first charging service provider, is committed to running Singapore's EV charging station infrastructure until December 2016. --PHOTO: …

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The Fast Food Experience

Let me quote this recent article: By MICHAEL CASEY Associated Press DUBAI, United Arab Emirates—McDonald's is fueling its trucks in the United Arab Emirates with oil from its own vats. Dubai-based Neutral Fuels announced Sunday that it had reached a deal to convert used vegetable oil from McDonald's outlets in the UAE into 100 percent …

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Renewable Debate: China adds 18.9 GW of new wind power capacity in 2010

The Philippines is currently disturbed by the recent developments in the South China Sea.  Ships from the Chinese of the People's Liberation Army Navy have been intruding parts of areas obviously part of the Philippine Territory. It is quite frustrating that such intrusions have caught off-guard the Philippines' weak democracy.  But I kinda like China, I …

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